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How To Navigate Public Restrooms And Incontinence

Public bathrooms and incontinence is a phrase that could strike fear in your own bladder, especially when caring for a child with urological issues. Navigating the sea of toilets away from home can be intimidating. From finding a clean one to being prepared for potential accidents, there is a lot to consider. However, with proper planning, you’ll [...]

2019-03-22T14:50:03+00:00March 22nd, 2019|

Helping Your Child With ADHD And Bedwetting

ADHD and bedwetting? This might be a shocking link because when children have ADHD issues, it’s usually associated with their performance in the classroom. However, ADHD or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder can affect multiple areas of development, including enuresis or involuntarily urinating during sleep. The Link Between ADHD and Bedwetting Studies suggest that 20 to [...]

2019-03-13T20:32:12+00:00March 13th, 2019|

Natalie Shares Her Battle With Nocturnal Enuresis 

Nocturnal enuresis, wetting the bed, can be difficult for children and their parents to understand. Sometimes the stress increases with age, as the condition continues in the teen and even adult years. Natalie has shared her struggle and embarrassment with managing nocturnal enuresis until she reached the age of 18. If your child is struggling, they're not alone. Natalie's [...]

2019-03-20T12:33:48+00:00February 13th, 2019|

How To Increase Catheter Comfort

When the word catheter comes up, many people have a quick knee jerk reaction, thinking that the process is painful. When in reality, catheterization is an extremely comfortable solution for emptying your bladder. If you are experiencing any discomfort there are a few quick and easy tips to reduce pain, unless it’s a symptom of an underlying condition. [...]

2019-02-14T15:32:21+00:00February 8th, 2019|

Helping Parents Avoid Frustration With Pediatric Incontinence

Nothing can throw off your plans like wet sheets, wet car seats, wet pants, and more, but unfortunately, these accidents can be a normal part of caring for a child with pediatric incontinence. When you have to stop what you're doing to handle clean up, remember that any frustration you’re feeling may be intensified for your child [...]

2019-02-22T14:26:37+00:00January 30th, 2019|